“The Perfect Woman”: Opinion Essay by Jim Tritten

“… And, therefore, she is the perfect woman.” I confess, my mind was sort of wandering–until I heard our friend Brit say “… And therefore, she is the perfect woman.” My wife of twenty-five years Jasmine and I were visiting a small rural farm in western Sweden. We gazed at an idyllic green pasture with […]

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Travelling in your 20s: Loss, Sacrifice, Change and Growth

I knew before I left New Zealand that moving to London would impact my life. By moving myself so far away from all the things I knew to be normal, I thought I would simply be able to share my fully formed self with the world, and have the world nourish me in return. My […]

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Looking for Home: Photo Essay by Liliana Zaharia

The human element has always played an important part in my art practice. Since I first started taking photographs, I have been attracted to the fragility of a portrait as well as the power images have to stop time and compose a story. For most of my work, I have usually looked outwards, in a […]

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Does my Bum Look… Fashionable in This?

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but after many years of skinny ruling the roost in the fashion world, curvy is now creeping into the spotlight. And in many ways this is great. Having experienced being both at various stages of my life, I’m the first person to advocate the respect and admiration of all […]

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In-Sight: Fernanda Beaumont Liberti

Fernanda Beaumont Liberti is a Brazilian-born artist currently studying at the London College of Communication in Elephant and Castle. Themes including feminism, performance, body expression, and naturalism feature heavily in her work, and since moving to London in 2013 her interests have expanded to include ideas of longing, returning, ‘saudade’ or missing, and the way in which we relate […]

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